A C-51 reading list
The cemetery, a short drive east of Parliament Hill, already has dedicated sections for the RCMP, National Defence and Ottawa police
SIRC, CSIS and a proposal for parliamentary oversight
Once reserved for “immediate” threats to airplanes, the country’s no-fly database is about to get much bigger
Federal government had urged the high court to hear the case
‘Once we let these powers get rolling its very difficult to stop that pull though’
The bill comes as a response to a review following two fatal attacks on Canadian soldiers
The federal government says the spy agency is in the dark over the legality of tracking overseas terror subjects
Only one Canadian of the 130 who allegedly left to help a terrorist group has been charged. Why?
Plan could mean lawyers and even judges would never have the right to question human sources who provide information on behalf of CSIS.
OTTAWA – Canada’s spy agency inappropriately disclosed personal and classified information about a Montreal man while he was imprisoned in Sudan, says a federal watchdog.
In its annual report tabled…
Abousfian Abdelrazik seeks $500,000 in damages
What does Edward Snowden mean for Canadian companies?
OTTAWA – Canada’s spy agency clandestinely watched a navy officer pass top secret information to Russia for months without briefing the RCMP — a previously unknown operation that raises questions…
MONTREAL – The man once entrusted to keep an eye on Canada’s spy agency is now a wanted man.
An arrest warrant is out for Arthur Porter, the former head…
Paul McLeod tries to wrap his head around the dispute between the Harper government and the Parliamentary Budget Officer.
Taxpayer-funded lawyers are about to take on taxpayer-funded lawyers to keep …
Hint: I never wanted to be a Bond girl. I wanted to be 007 himself.